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How to publish your NFT (Minting) Step #1?

OpenSea is currently the largest online NFT marketplace. It is one of the most well-known NFT marketplaces in the industry. If you prefer a variety of NFT and file upload options, this is where you want to go. How to publish your NFT (Minting in English) on OpenSea, the first step in your entrepreneurial journey? How to publish your NFT:

1. Enter the OpenSea website to add NFT

2, Add your NFT series on OpenSea

3. Set up your Polygon wallet

4. Set your NFT price

Step #1 - Go to the OpenSea website and add an NFT

1. First, click "Create" in the upper right corner to add your NFT.

2. Complete the fields below.

Image, Video, Audio, or 3D Model : OpenSea allows you to upload gif, jpg, png, svg, mp4, mp3, WebM, wav, glb, ogg, gltf up to a maximum size of 100MB.

Name: NFT name

External link: If you need to introduce your NFT additionally, you can add a link.

Description: The description of the NFT

Collection: If you have already created your series name, you can put your NFT into the series. For example, if you will release 5 NFTs, they will all be placed in the "Traditional Cantonese Opena Collection", just like Computer Man Create a folder, and then put 5 files into the same folder.

Because each individual's NFT is different, and the rarity of the NFT expressed is different, you can fill in the following attributes, levels and statistical data selectively, and you can leave it blank if you think it is not suitable.

Properties : In many of the most popular collections of NFTs, characteristics and their various combinations determine the rarity of the NFT and its value. NFTs with common traits are generally less valuable in collections than NFTs with ultra-rare traits. NFT features establish a hierarchy of rarity and relative value. "Properties" are textual features, typically used to describe elements or parts of objects or characters in NFT images. Examples of these parts are Background, Dizzy, Body, Clothes, Eyes, Gender, etc.

The following are specific examples of such characteristics: Background (blue, yellow, etc.)

Clothing (striped t-shirts, sailor shirts, etc.)

Earrings (silver hoops, gold studs, etc.)

Eyes (boredom, sleepiness, etc.)

Fur (brown, black, etc.)

Hats (beanies, fez, etc.)

Mouth (grin, boring cigarette, etc.)

Levels : are numerical features used in NFT collections, usually representing the strength or impact of a given feature. They are also displayed as progress bars on the OpenSea interface. Such as rank, power, maturity or anything else with a defined range of values.

For example, if you create a feature called "Rank" and you have up to 10 different ranks, it might make sense to use rank for this.

Stats : are numerical features used in NFT collections, typically representing the strength, impact, or rating of a given feature. Unlike "Levels", they are only displayed as numerical values and nothing else. Examples would be version numbers and similar numeric features. "Stats" are essentially the same type of feature as "Levels", but they are displayed differently on the front end.

3. Unlockable Content : Unlockable content is content that only the owner of the NFT can open. Usually it is a high-resolution image of NFT, or some digital gifts (for example: mobile phone wallpaper, computer wallpaper, social platform banner, etc.), you can put these files on Google Drive, and then paste the link.

In Google Drive: Click on the folder you opened for this NFT, then click "Get Link".

Set the permission to "Users who know the link", then click "Copy Link", and finally paste the link in the "Unlockable Content" column.

4. Explicit & Sensitive Content: The platform attempts to detect such explicit and sensitive content, especially nudity and pornography, but as a creator, you must mark your collections and items as explicit and sensitive.

5. Blockchain: OpenSea now provides cross-blockchain support across Ethereum, Polygon, Klatyn, and Solana blockchains.

a. Ethereum

is a decentralized open-source blockchain with smart contract functionality launched in 2015.

Ether is the native currency of the Ethereum network, often abbreviated as ETH, which is its ticker symbol. ETH is used to pay transaction fees (called gas fees) on the Ethereum blockchain. OpenSea has no say in setting gas fees - they are determined by supply and demand and fluctuate based on network usage.

b. Polygon

Formerly known as the Matic Network, it is a separate blockchain that provides scalable, secure, and instant transactions with Ethereum currencies such as ETH, USDC, and DAI.

As one of Ethereum's first scaling solutions, the cryptocurrency had to be "bridged" from Ethereum's blockchain to Polygon. Think of Polygon as Ethereum's brother, the currency is similar but the two blockchains are slightly different.

Starting in July 2021, users can use Polygon to create, buy, and sell NFTs without paying gas fees, essentially creating a gas-free marketplace.

6. Finally, press "Create". Your NFT will be published successfully🥳。

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